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Yesterday, Boris Johnson was chosen as leader of the Conservative Party. Today he will be appointed Prime Minister by the Queen: the first Premier chosen by party members rather than solely by MPs, although he did secure an overall majority among MPs in the last two parliamentary ballots. 

But the two processes, of becoming Tory leader and becoming Prime Minister, are, constitutionally, quite distinct. The test for a Tory leader is winning the votes of a majority of Tory members. The test for a Prime Minister is to win the confidence of the Commons.

Normally, of course, the leader of the largest party also enjoys the confidence of the Commons. But these are not normal times. The Conservatives...

Yesterday, Boris Johnson was chosen as leader of the Conservative Party. Today he will be appointed Prime Minister by the Queen: the first Premier chosen by party members rather than solely by MPs, although he did secure an overall majority among MPs in the last two parliamentary ballots. 

But the two processes, of becoming Tory leader and becoming Prime Minister, are, constitutionally, quite distinct. The test for a Tory leader is winning the votes of a majority of Tory members. The test for a Prime Minister is to win the confidence of the Commons.

Normally, of course, the leader of the largest party also enjoys the confidence of the Commons. But these are not normal times. The Conservatives...

Yesterday, Boris Johnson was chosen as leader of the Conservative Party. Today he will be appointed Prime Minister by the Queen: the first Premier chosen by party members rather than solely by MPs, although he did secure an overall majority among MPs in the last two parliamentary ballots. 

But the two processes, of becoming Tory leader and becoming Prime Minister, are, constitutionally, quite distinct. The test for a Tory leader is winning the votes of a majority of Tory members. The test for a Prime Minister is to win the confidence of the Commons.

Normally, of course, the leader of the largest party also enjoys the confidence of the Commons. But these are not normal times. The Conservatives...

Yesterday, Boris Johnson was chosen as leader of the Conservative Party. Today he will be appointed Prime Minister by the Queen: the first Premier chosen by party members rather than solely by MPs, although he did secure an overall majority among MPs in the last two parliamentary ballots. 

But the two processes, of becoming Tory leader and becoming Prime Minister, are, constitutionally, quite distinct. The test for a Tory leader is winning the votes of a majority of Tory members. The test for a Prime Minister is to win the confidence of the Commons.

Normally, of course, the leader of the largest party also enjoys the confidence of the Commons. But these are not normal times. The Conservatives...